Verb: говорить утверждать произносить заявлять
Noun: слово мнение высказывание влияние
Interjection: послушайте ну и ну


to have the blazing cheek to say smth. - иметь бесстыдную наглость сказать что-л.

to give / make / pronounce / say a blessing over - благословить кого-л.

to say ditto to smb. - поддакивать кому-л.

to say smth. to smb.'s face - говорить что-л. (прямо) в лицо, глаза кому-л.

to feel bound to say - быть вынужденным сказать

to be hard up for something to say - не знать, что сказать

just happen to say - сболтнуть, выпалить

to say one's lines - произносить слова роли

to celebrate / offer / say Mass - служить обедню

that's nice of you to say - очень любезно с вашей стороны сказать так

Показать все


What did you say to her? - Что вы ей сказали?

Let's say you are right. - Допустим, что вы правы.

What does the law say? - Что говорит закон?

Say, haven't I seen you before somewhere? - Скажите, не видел ли я вас где-то раньше?

No sooner said than done. - Сказано — сделано. / Слушаюсь. / Сию секунду будет сделано.

'So what are your plans now?' ' I'd rather not say.' - — Итак, какие сейчас у вас планы? — Я бы предпочёл об этом не говорить.

The label says to take one tablet before meals. - На этикетке написано: принимать по одной таблетке перед едой.

How do you say your last name? - Как, вы сказали, ваша фамилия?

I just stopped by to say hello. - Я просто заглянул, чтобы поздороваться.

Are you saying I'm fat? - Ты говоришь, что я толстая?

'I'm so tired,' she said. - — Я так устала, — сказала она.

What a silly thing to say! - Что за глупости!

Did she say what happened? - Она сказала, что произошло?

I'm not saying it's a bad idea. - Я не говорю, что это плохая идея.

The clock says noon. - На часах — полдень.

Don't believe a word he says. - Не верь ни одному его слову.

What do you say to going to a cinema tonight? - Что ты скажешь по поводу того, чтобы сходить вечером в кино?

I cannot say 'zip wire'. - Я не могу произнести "zip wire" (тарзанка, канатная дорога, зип-лайн).

I'll say a prayer for you. - Я помолюсь за вас.

His expression said it all. - У него всё было написано на лице.

What does this painting say? - Что означает /о чём говорит/ эта картина?

He left without saying goodbye. - Он ушёл, не попрощавшись.

What makes you say that (=why do you think that)? - Почему вы говорите, что... (=, почему вы думаете, что...)?

'Why did she leave?' 'I don't knowshe didn't say.' - — Почему она ушла? — Не знаю, она не сказала.

Did his face say anything about how he felt? - Выражение его лица говорило что-нибудь о том, что он чувствовал?

She left without saying goodbye. - Она ушла, не попрощавшись.

It says here they have live music. - Тут сказано, что у них есть живая музыка.

It is said that he was a spy during the war. - Говорят, что он был шпионом во время войны.

He looked as if he was going to say something. - Он выглядел так, как будто он собирался что-то сказать.

America, or, better said, the United States of America - Америка, или, правильнее сказать, Соединённые Штаты Америки

Показать все

Связанные термины:

I say!: an exclamation of surprise

say-so: If you do something on someone's say-so, they tell you to do it or they give you permission to do it.

dare say: to think likely ; suppose

say uncle: to surrender or admit defeat

say when: to state when an action is to be stopped or begun, as when someone is pouring a drink

say cheese: If someone tells you to say ' cheese ' when they are taking your photograph, they are indicating that they want you to smile .

say Kaddish: to be a mourner

I dare say: (it is) quite possible (that)

not to say: You can use not to say when adding a stronger or more extreme description than the one you have just used.

sad to say: You can use the expression sad to say when you are describing an situation which you find unfortunate .

say it all: If you say that something says it all, you mean that it shows you very clearly the truth about a situation or someone's feelings .

say amen to: to express strong approval of or support for (an assertion, hope, etc)

say the word: If someone says the word, they give their approval as a sign that something should start to happen .

have one's say: When one of the people or groups involved in a discussion has their say, they give their opinion .

never say die: never give up

say your piece: to give your opinion about a particular matter, although you are aware that other people may not agree with you, or be interested in what you have to say

strange to say: it is unusual or surprising that

you don't say: You can use ' You don't say ' to express surprise at what someone has told you. People often use this expression to indicate that in fact they are not surprised.

dare I say it: You use ' dare I say it ' when you know that what you are going to say will disappoint or annoy someone.

I'm sorry to say: You use the expression I'm sorry to say to express regret together with disappointment or disapproval .

it's fair to say: You use fair in expressions such as It would be fair to say in order to introduce a statement which you believe to be true and reasonable .

look-say method: a method of teaching beginners to read by memorizing and recognizing whole words, rather than by associating letters with sounds

needless to say: You use needless to say when you want to emphasize that what you are about to say is obvious and to be expected in the circumstances .

say a few words: to give a brief speech

say/kiss goodnight: If you say goodnight to someone or kiss them goodnight, you say something such as 'Goodnight' to them or kiss them before one of you goes home or goes to sleep .

say one's beads: to pray with a rosary

say one's piece: If you say your piece, you say everything you want to say about a particular matter without being interrupted, although people may be wanting to express opposing views .

say someone nay: to refuse or forbid

say the unsayable: to express an opinion thought to be too controversial to mention

that is to say: You use that is to say or that's to say to indicate that you are about to express the same idea more clearly or precisely .

to say the least: You can use to say the least to suggest that a situation is actually much more extreme or serious than you say it is.

daresay: → dare

as who should say: as if one should say

I wouldn't say no: You use ' I wouldn't say no ' to indicate that you would like something, especially something that has just been offered to you.

suffice it to say: Suffice it to say or suffice to say is used at the beginning of a statement to indicate that what you are saying is obvious, or that you will only give a short explanation .

to say nothing of: You use to say nothing of when you mention an additional thing which gives even more strength to the point you are making.

I am bound to say: You can say ' I am bound to say ' to introduce a statement expressing something that you find undesirable or unexpected .

shall I say shall we say: You use shall I say and shall we say in order to warn someone that what you are about to say may cause offence or be surprising .

I daresay/I dare say: You can use ' I daresay ' or ' I dare say ' before or after a statement to indicate that you believe it is probably true .

I dare say/I daresay: You can use ' I dare say ' or ' I daresay ' before or after a statement to indicate that you believe it is probably true .

say goodbye/wave goodbye: When you say goodbye to someone, you say something such as 'Goodbye', ' Bye ', or ' See you', when you or they are leaving . You can also wave goodbye to someone.

suffice it to say that: let us say no more than that; I shall just say that

you can say that again: You can use ' You can say that again ' to express strong agreement with what someone has just said .

that is/that is to say: You use that is or that is to say to indicate that you are about to express the same idea more clearly or precisely .

a bad word to say about sb: If nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.

say something to someone's face: to say something openly in someone's presence, especially something critical or unpleasant

say what you like about sth: You use ' Say what you like about someone or something' when you are about to mention one good thing about a person or thing that many people do not like.

would not say boo to a goose: is extremely timid or diffident

before you could say Jack Robinson: said to mean that something happened very suddenly and quickly

not have much to say for oneself: If you say that someone doesn't have much to say for himself or herself, you mean that they are not speaking very much during a conversation .

Показать все

Однокоренные слова:

say over - повторять

Связанные слова: